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Old 25-11-2014, 01:27 PM   #471
the apprentice
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Originally Posted by jack tripper View Post
They were always there, yes. But the thing is the Masons realised they needed them, even though they hated the middle class, they absolutely despised them, but they needed them on board to manage the industrial revolution so they gave them a form of freemasonry, but of course none of the higher secrets.

Even around the late 1800's when education for the peasantry started to come in, the elite who owned all the factories were still calling them peasants in their own books, openly.

They then hired people who would come up into the middle classes, those who were to be taught to be intellectuals, and come to conclusions to make things more efficient. It's still the same today.

We have national insurance numbers and are categorized as statistics, thought of solely on our earning and tax-paying capacity to keep the system going.
The industrial revolution was no different than the Roman Empire of control here in Britain, each person was given the part knowledge, only what they needed to know, like the old adage, no experience needed, training will be given, so much so, that when the work was done, or as it is known, Human Farming, the skills went along with them when the empires left.

Over the last 30 years the slow redistribution of the skills to places like China is finally taking its toll.

And the cat/dragon in sort of thing.

It is down to us to re-skill together, otherwise TPTB will starve us dry, using others hands to do it.
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